Clyde Kluckhohn, "Mirror for Man": An investigation of American culture
Clyde Kluckhohn, in an excerpt from his book "Mirror for Man" clearly and simply explains the driving force behind human nature; culture. The trouble is, human nature is neither clear nor simple. Kluckhohn argues that people of different cultures are different not because their biology, but because of their psychology. He clams that much of what we do today, such as brush our teeth in the morning, and eat three meals a day, is done because our parents did it that way, and their parents did it that way and so on.
Although Kluckhohn's ideas are appealing, they do not account for all facets o…
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